New Details to be Released in Jacob Wetterling Case

New developments in the Jacob Wetterling case will be released at a 2 p.m. news conference with the FBI and the Department of Justice. 

Twin Cities Fox affiliate KMSP says the Wetterling family is preparing a statement. 

United States Attorney Andrew Luger, FBI Special Agent in Charge Richard T. Thornton, Minnesota BCA Superintendent Drew Evans and Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner will speak at the news conference. 

Wetterling disappeared on October 22, 1989.  He was 11-years-old when he was abducted by a masked gunman while biking home with his brother and a friend from a convenience store in St. Joseph, Minnesota. 

You can watch the press conference live on Fox 9

We will update this story once more information is released. 

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